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Marium and her teammates Bilaal, Shafaat, Hibaa & Bilal invented a smart wearable band to detect and manage stress. They took their innovation to 'Conrad Spirit of Innovation Challenge 2016' held at NASA Kennedy Space Center and won FIRST prize in Health & Nutrition category, clinching the coveted title of 'Pete Conrad Scholars'. Their innovation is currently 'Patent Pending' with United States Patent and Trademark Office.  Marium was offered $100,000 in scholarship and is currently studying her Undergraduate course at The Duke University, North Carolina.

Watch Marium & her team present their innovation at 'Conrad Spirit of Innovation Challenge 2016' held at NASA Kennedy Space Center 

Click HERE to watch their interview by 'Voice of America'

Deepika, Sarah, Anchal and Alia invented a smart wearable device to predict and prevent the possibility of drug abuse, specially among teenagers. They took their innovation to 'Conrad Spirit of Innovation Challenge 2017' held at NASA Kennedy Space Center and won prize in Cyber Technology & Security category, clinching the title of 'Power Pitch Winners'. Their innovation is currently 'Patent Pending' with United States Patent and Trademark Office.  

Click HERE to watch them presenting their innovation at NASA Kennedy Space Center 

Bilal, Faraz, Ishaq, Mikaeel, Omer, Shoaib & Zaynab of Team 'Spaceberg' won FIRST prize (7 grade and under category) at NASA Ames Space Settlement Challenge 2018. The team came up with several innovations while designing a space settlement, most notable of them is 'Relay Launch System' (Patent Pending). This system is designed to launch a satellite using several 'relay' sub-systems. They contested against 10,000 students worldwide to win this coveted title.

Ayaan, Fatima, Ibrahim, Minal, Mishaal, Rafae, Yusra, & Zak of Team 'SpaceLandia' won HONORABLE MENTION prize (8 grade and under category) at NASA Ames Space Settlement Challenge 2018. The team came up with several innovations while designing a space settlement, most notable of them is 'Smart Plate Nutrition System' (Patent Pending). This system is designed to smartly measure and recommend nutrition based on individual profile. They contested against 10,000 students worldwide to win this coveted title.

Abdullah, Abdurraheem, Arifa, Aroush, Ashaz, Hamza, Omar, Rida, Wafiqah & Zayd of Team 'SpaceVille' won SECOND prize (7 grade and under category) at NASA Ames Space Settlement Challenge 2017. The team came up with several innovations while designing a space settlement, most notable of them is 'Smart Plate Nutrition System' (Patent Pending). This system is designed to smartly measure and recommend nutrition based on individual profile. They contested against 6600 students from 21 countries to win this coveted title.

Amina, Areeba, Amaan, Rayyan & Salwa invented a smart gun which they named as 'SecureGun'. Disturbed by mass shootings in schools, these young innovators at DiscoverSTEM took the matter in their hand to innovate a technical solution to this problem. This gun 'knows' where it is and 'sees' what it is shooting at and then decides to open fire. They took their innovation to 'Conrad Spirit of Innovation Challenge 2018' and are finalist in 'Cyber Technology & Security category. Their innovation is currently 'Patent Pending' with United States Patent and Trademark Office. 

Each member of the team is offered scholarship worth $60,000 for their Undergraduate studies in Engineering, Design & Commerce, totaling $300,000 in scholarships! 

Ahmad, Najeeb & Zeeshawn invented a system to solve drunk driving problem. This innovation - Alcohol Driver Detection System or ADDS. This system has touch based sweat sensors to detect traces of alcohol. They took their innovation to 'Conrad Spirit of Innovation Challenge 2018' and are finalist in 'Cyber Technology & Security category. Their innovation is currently 'Patent Pending' with United States Patent and Trademark Office. 

Ameer, Amjad, Ekram, Hiba & Zainab invented a system to save 250 billion gallons  of fresh drinking water every year in United States. Their innovation is currently 'Patent Pending' with United States Patent and Trademark Office. 

Ameer & Amjad later went on to be MIT, Massachusetts interns and are both offered scholarships of $80,000 for their Undergraduate studies totaling $160,000 in scholarships. They're also accepted for their Undergraduate studies at the prestigious Duke University and offered need based scholarships.

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